21 Ben Fletcher
21 - Ben Fletcher
Height: 5-9
Weight: 170
Year: SO
Hometown: Westminster, Md.
High School: Winters Mill
Position: D
Major: Business
  • "I made VWC my top choice because I felt like the campus and program was a great fit for me."
  • Selected Virginia Wesleyan over Christopher Newport University, Randolph-Macon College, and Hood College

VWC Career Statistics


Season Highlights


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Collegiate Accomplishments

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Prep Accolades

  • Helped guide Winters Mill to a 15-2 record as a senior, a Carroll County championship, a regional title, and a berth in Maryland's 3A/2A state semifinals
  • Two time All-Carroll County honoree
  • Two time All-Piedmont Conference honoree
  • Selected to compete in the Maryland Senior All-Star Game
  • Team captain as a senior
  • Recipient of the Silver Falcon Award, presented to one individual who shows leadership, character, and skill
  • Three year varsity player


  • Son of Teresa and Dale Fletcher; parents attended the University of Maryland and the College of Notre Dame
  • Has three siblings: Tom, Annie, and Abby
  • Enjoys all types of music and spending vacation time anywhere there's a beach
  • Favorites include the movie "Remember the Titans" and the TV series "Sports Center," "The Walking Dead," and "American Horror Story"
  • A fan of pro athletes London Fletcher and Robert Griffin III, pro football's Washington Redskins, and celebrity Morgan Freeman
  • Self-description in 10 words or less: "competitive, dedicated, team oriented, funny, easy going"
  • My favorite aspect of being an athlete is: "being a part of a team, competing, and winning."
  • The part of my game I've improved the most is: "strength."
  • My personal athletic goal at VWC is: "contributing to a strong defense."
  • If I could participate in a reality show it would be: "The Bachelor. You're in a house filled with girls.  What's not to like?"
  • It's the year 2025 and: "I'm working a job I love, surrounded by great people and living in a great location."
  • The most important advice I've received is: "life is too short to do something you don't love" -- Teresa Fletcher